The last of three incremental federal minimum wage increases kicks in July 24, setting the new wage at $7.25 an hour.
Your business decisions not only impact your operation today, but
also directly impact its future tomorrow. SEMA's July 23rd webinar,
“Don't Waste This Crisis—Create Competitive Advantages and New
Opportunities,” provides 10 action steps that companies need to take to
stay competitive in today’s specialty-equipment market.
Create additional awareness and momentum for your 2009 SEMA
Show product intros by submitting new product information for inclusion
in SEMA eNews.
SEMA Show Manager Chuck Schwartz recently conducted a
SEMA webinar to help exhibitors
prepare for the SEMA Show. Schwartz has managed the SEMA Show for 28
years and is recognized as one of the top trade show organizers in the
The SEMA Member-Get-a-Member Ambassador Program is an unprecedented
opportunity for SEMA members to gain the satisfaction of contributing
to the growth of the automotive industry and our association while
gaining valuable recognition.
Comedian Bill Engvall, known for his work with Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy on "Blue Collar TV," will entertain at the Industry Awards Banquet at the 2009 SEMA Show.
News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
With the major slowdown of the new-car market, some restylers are finding additional revenue through opportunities they may have overlooked during more fruitful times.
One of the many benefits available to SEMA members is the SEMA Credit Reporting Group, which provides credit and financial executives at its members companies with the information needed to make educated credit decisions.